A software tool Crocodile Hunter is used to find bogus eNodeBs, sometimes referred to as IMSI catchers, cell site simulators, hailstorms, and stingrays. It operates by listening for broadcast messages from every 4G station nearby, figuring out where they are, and keeping an eye out for unexpected behavior.

Install Dependencies

sudo apt install libbladerf-dev python3-pip python3-scipy libpolarssl-dev jq  libfftw3-dev libboost-dev libboost-program-options-dev libconfig++-dev
sudo apt-get install gpsd gpsd-clients mariadb-server python3-dev libmariadb-dev cmake libitpp-dev librtlsdr-dev libuhd-dev  libopenblas-dev libncurses5-dev libpcsclite-dev libatlas-base-dev lib32z1-dev

Clone Repo

https://github.com/EFForg/crocodilehunter.git
cd crocodilehunter/src
pip3 install -r src/requirements.txt
cd ..
sudo ./setup.sh 

Configuring GPSD

Configure Database

Configure Wigle

Configure Open Cell

Crocodile Hunter

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Last Update: 14/12/2023